Contradictions In Elle Magazine (July 2015)

10 Jun

The latest from Amber Heard comes from her interview with Elle magazine due out in July. She taks about her marriage, and states: “Nothing is a dramatic change. We’ve been together for a long time now, so it’s been a fairly organic process,” Heard insists. “I have a fiercely independent spirit.”

Let’s break this down.

“Nothing is a dramatic change.” I’m not sure what she was expecting to be so dramatic. Many people have already said if she married Johnny Depp nothing would change for her. It would not help her gain bigger movie roles. Her lack of talent as an actress is what hinders getting better roles. More on this later.
Next we have, “We’ve been together for a long time now” No she/they have not. She has not been dating or around Depp a long time. 3.5 – 4 years of dating then marriage is not a long time. It’s JUST enough time to start finding out who the person you’re with REALLY is. Flaws, faults, secrets, and good traits one in all.
Next. “so it’s been a fairly organic process” here’s the statement that carries the biggest problem. Everyone has noticed this on different social networks and websites. “Organic process” This word organic means; an analogy in the creative process, used to describe a work such as a novel or movie script made in such a way that the various parts developed as they were written/painted/whatever.
Her statement and choice of the words *organic* reveals too much. This makes it sound as if they were never in love, and that they grew to love each other. It’s as if she’s treating love, and a relationship -like something that is written out, scripted, and already developed before getting into the actual relationship. This is flawed logic.
She also said,”I fall in love again and again.” She should have said over and over. She didn’t. No one is sure what she is referring to. Again and again she falls in love with Depp? Does she fall out of love again and again too? That’s the way she makes it sound. Teenager in love. Awwww. How cute.

Also, moving forward, another statement
“The thing that really scares me is the potential of losing my freedom,” I never want for my life to lose the ability to transverse the world, with freedom and ease—the freedom and ease I have worked so hard to acquire for myself.”
1. The word Transverse, is used incorrectly. Transverse means situated or extending across something.
The word TRAVERSE means travel across or through. move (something) back and forth or sideways.
She used the wrong word. (This is important for later in the post)
2. What part of your freedom would you be losing by getting married? Other than being able to date, and screw who you want, the only other freedom lost in marrying someone like Johnny Depp would be the freedom to get in, and out of places unseen. The ability to travel with ease without eyes upon you. You’d STILL have your freedom, just not as much privacy. She really doesn’t have to worry about this either because unless she is with Depp, or someone actually recognizes her, (which is rare, and limited to a fan seeing her on the street or in a restaurant, airport) no one follows her. She doesn’t have media waiting for her to show up. No freedom lost. Her statement sounds as if she’s self absorped and suffers from psychosis.
3. “The freedom and ease I have worked so hard to acquire for myself” time for me to get cranky and be a dick here. What in fucks name has she workd so hard for herself??? She didn’t even buy her own damn horse, let along fund her own way when she left home. She coat tailed on Tasya, and Depp. She plays her cards of deceit, and lies her way to “gain” things. She has yet to acquire anything for herself unless we are speaking of shitty roles SHE AUDITIONED for, or signing her own lease application at her apartment. Fuck you Amber, you’re lying again, psychosis…look into it. Daddy got you to Hollywood not you.

Last she speaks of her problems with obtaining good roles again. It’s a broken record. She ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS complains of this during her interviews. This is what she said. “I feel like I’m constantly fighting against my exterior, or this exterior presentation of myself because of how I look or perhaps because of who I’m with,”

1. WHY does she keep saying she’s so beautiful? No one understands this. She’s pretty run of the mill. Not sure why she sees herself as knock out gorgeous. Is this her way of making an excuse to feel better about lacking in talent? She isn’t a great actress. People have said this. She complains about not being offered better roles due to the fact she’s too pretty?????
So what’s the excuse for the actresses that are beautiful AND receive really great movie roles?
2. “or perhaps because of who I’m with” who you are with has NOTHING to do with getting good roles. It has NOT, and it seems she’s realizing this, it has NOT and will not get you better roles. It will not catapult you to fame or being a household name. It’s been three years of being WITH Depp and there are still many people that do not know who she is. If she means it’s keeping her from getting better roles, she’s ignorant. Not intelligent just ignorant, and in denial about being a less than mediocre actress.

3. She said, “I get a stack of scripts, like, once a month, and most of the time, you find these placeholder girls that are there to provide a bounce for the male character”
Like her role in Magic Mike XXL, or her role in The Rum Diary, or Pineapple Express, or Drive Angry, or even London Fields. She’s always the girl who gets screwed, and yes I mean literally fucked. The little bimbo girl. Time to think about this Amber.
Hollywood isn’t lacking great roles for women, it’s quite possibly the fact, you lack the talent to pull off more dramatic, serious roles. It takes being able to reach into a gamut of emotions, and different levels of human actions, and this is something that comes from actual life experiences thus relating to the role/emotions being carried out OR you have to have the ability to ACT, and draw it from somewhere and make it real.
What we may be looking at is, the lack of abilty to do that, yet the ability to play the ‘bounce for male characters” It doesn’t take much acting talent to play those parts. Why? She can draw from life experience. She’s blaming Hollywood for keeping her in the “sexy girl image” She says she’s fighting that image. Yet she keeps posing with her legs splayed out,, her mouth open, and accepting the sexy girlfriend roles. Contradicting herself. Boring for us to hear the same complaint over, and over when she is the reason it keeps happening. Not Hollywood.
My last point is this: Using big words, and trying to appear as though there is a large vocabulary with an extensive understanding of complex words. It does not make a person look intelligent. A recent study from Princeton showed that doing this actually has the opposite effect on people around you. People that do this are insecure and feel the need to over compensate for their lack of intelligence.
Amber Heard doens’t read “hard to understand novels/books” because she’s super intelligent she tries to read these books to make her actions, and beliefs justified. To make it okay to act on people’s kindness, and emotions. To validate using people, and to validate being selfish to try to gain more for her own self.

In closing, please don’t forget, because Amber sure hasn’t let us forget: “I did nothing to look the way I look. The genetic cards that anyone is dealt are not in their control.” True as that may be, we do have the control to grow up, accept responsibilty, and be a human being that is genuine, empthetic, and shows concern for more than just ourselves.

My patience is wearing thin with Amber Heard and when I say thin, I mean she’s one comment away from being cyber bitch slapped so hard even google won’t find her.

Elle Magazine

July 2015
Study on Vocabulary:
W Magazine


27 Responses to “Contradictions In Elle Magazine (July 2015)”

  1. phonytexanbitch June 10, 2015 at 2:13 pm #

    Bravo!!! *bowing to the master*……

    If i could just extend your one thought regarding her statement of the scripts delivered to her monthly. She’s also stupid enough to think that these are the only scripts out there and that she’s receiving every script that is in development. She’s not. She is only receiving roles that producers, casting directors, directors and her agent think she could pull off. If her monthly stack doesn’t include anything meatier, that’s because she hasn’t proven she can do anything meatier. And by saying so time and again, in every interview she is not helping her cause, she’s proving the point that she just doesn’t have the chops for it and everyone can see it. It kind of reminds me of Richard Dreyfus telling her that the green room was for actors. She just doesn’t get it, she not considered an actor. She’s a set piece, scenery at best, in a movie and in Depp’s life.

    • Andrew June 10, 2015 at 2:26 pm #

      No need to bow hun, your post and several other readers posts on this inspired me.

  2. J June 10, 2015 at 2:47 pm #

    Y. E. S.

    The ONLY thing I will concede is that it would be nice if Hollywood had more good roles for women, telling women’s stories. That said-I can’t imagine her ever being able to pull it off.

    Her schtick seems to be “a woman can be sexy AND smart. Sexy AND loving. Sexy AND kind.” What she misses EVERY SINGLE TIME is the and. Nobody cares what you look like as much as you do, sweetie. (And frankly, you’re not that gorgeous anyway) If you were portraying smart or loving or kind or whatever else then that’s how you would be seen.

    I just want to shake sense into her. Hard.

    • J June 10, 2015 at 2:48 pm #

      Oh, and also, the women playing those juicy roles ARE pretty and sexy. So SIT THE EFF DOWN.

      • Minnie1 June 10, 2015 at 3:43 pm #

        The depth of her arrogance is breathtaking.This self-absorbed narcissistic creature knows perfectly well that if she were an average looking untalented woman, she wouldn’t have a movie and modeling career. And Depp wouldn’t have looked twice at her. In other words, she should shut her mouth (and legs) and be grateful that she has attributes (real or acquired) that have propelled her as far as this.

        I believe she thinks she is on a much higher plane of intelligence and beauty than the rest of the population. Therefore, she can manipulate and bend people without them realizing it because she’s so clever. And of course, the double whammy– they’re dumbfounded by her beauty. I really think she is pathological.

      • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 5:16 pm #

        J…that sums it up pretty well and a big bow on top of that ..
        Minnie, you got that right ….ole turdy is floating high above us in every way but it only because she high, full of hot air and out of touch with reality!!

  3. Jane June 10, 2015 at 4:06 pm #

    Marion Cotillard, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Scarlett… Hollywood have young , beautiful, talented and charismatic actress with great roles… Shes not in that list cause she is just eye candy…she cant act!!! and she is arrogant and no charisma, and stupid!! Shes completly dillusionnal…. Who she thinks she is!!??? Oh yes….JD sex toy

  4. TheBlackCat June 10, 2015 at 4:17 pm #

    It’s simple….she’s a twat

    • Andrew June 10, 2015 at 4:27 pm #


    • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 5:18 pm #


      • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 5:22 pm #

        Sorry I stuttered…when I think of her glaring beauty…I lose my train of thought …😲😨

  5. TheBlackCat June 10, 2015 at 4:21 pm #

    Organic? Yes shit is organic Amber
    Exterior? What are you a building Amber?’s all about what’s on the outside.. caked on cement ..and inside there is an empty shell …the lights are on but there be nobody at home with this one ..geeze …

    • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 5:25 pm #

      😀😁😃😄😂😅…GOOD ONE…I guess she’s building a manure shit house and it shows sweetie ….we can smell you from a mile away.

  6. TheBlackCat June 10, 2015 at 4:41 pm #

    I love a bit of Lainey at times ..>>
    Amber Anonymous

    As Lainey mentioned yesterday, Johnny Depp is 52 and filming his 84th Pirates of the Caribbean movie in Australia. He’s also on a contrition tour, shaking hands and kissing babies so he doesn’t get in more trouble for smuggling his dogs into the country.

    International customs issues aren’t going to majorly shake up an actor’s reputation, especially an actor with so much clout. And Johnny knows exactly how to work these situations. He pulls out his Captain Jack Sparrow shtick and, if necessary, his wife.

    But Amber Heard, like her husband, fronts like she has no interest or use for fame. It’s all about the work, man. Fame is an illusion, an albatross that artists must carry. As she told ELLE (via US Weekly), her marriage hasn’t changed her life because she has a “fiercely independent” spirit. She’s also worked really hard to be able to traverse the world with freedom and ease. I think flying private to your husband’s private island goes a long way when wanting “ease.”

    As anyone fearful of fame would do, she chose to marry one of the most recognizable movie stars in the world and take on projects like a massive summer sequel. This happens to actresses like Amber Heard and Dakota Johnson, they are just minding their own business and BOOM, they are famous. It’s so hard on their delicate souls. It takes a special kind of bravery to cover a magazine and use the interview portion – an interview that was set up to promote a movie – to tell readers how lame they are for being interested in you.

    Thankfully, Amber probably needn’t worry about losing her freedom to (her own) fame. Amber is in Magic Mike XXL, that’s what she’s promoting here. Did you see the first Magic Mike movie? Channing Tatum’s love interest was played by Cody Horn. She’s lovely, and she was on The Office for a short while and has done a few films since then. And she was entirely replaceable. If there’s a Magic Mike 3, Heard will probably be replaceable as well. That’s the type of roles Amber is taking – she’s a C married to A, which shakes out as a B in theory. (Really, it’s not unlike Sienna Miller in the Jude Law era.) The hype far outweighs the quantity and quality of the work.

    Amber also tells ELLE that she has a stack of scripts, piles of them!, that have placeholder roles for women. Certainly that is true of many scripts, but there are plenty of actresses in her age range doing phenomenal work. (Carey Mulligan, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, Amanda Seyfried, Rooney Mara… even Blake can lead a film.) But she also has that dreaded Hollywood curse of youth and beauty. Like Jessica Biel before her, Amber is too pretty for Hollywood, telling ELLE:

    “I feel like I’m constantly fighting against my exterior, or this exterior presentation of myself because of how I look or perhaps because of who I’m with.”

    Poor Amber. If only Hollywood made room for beautiful blonde white women.

    But it’s a good thing Amber isn’t getting important or prestigious roles, because that might make her famous and crush her life force.

    Her “fiercely independent spirit” should never have to make sacrifices for all of the perks that her husband’s career allows. Johnny and Amber will never hold hands for the benefit of the paparazzi. Or leak stories to the press. That private island and Johnny’s vast collection of scarves are paid for with rebellion and non-conformity. I’m not sure who pays for all of his wallet chains.

    • Bullshit June 10, 2015 at 5:38 pm #

      “If only Hollywood made room for beautiful blonde white women.”


      Perfect sentence, I keep reading it over and over again and it only gets better. P E R F E C T

  7. Liz June 10, 2015 at 4:55 pm #

    WTF, I posted an awesome long comment and it didn’t go through. :head to wall: FUCK! ha ha

    • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 6:23 pm #

      Liz, Weird my post got lost as well…😊
      Andrew great post …I really like this statement,
      My patience is wearing thin with Amber Heard and when I say thin, I mean she’s one comment away from being cyber bitch slapped so hard even google won’t find her.
      let me know if you need some help

  8. Liz June 10, 2015 at 5:16 pm #

    “I mean she’s one comment away from being cyber bitch slapped so hard even google won’t find her.”

    Correction, as I’ve pointed out, google already won’t find her unless the name Depp appears in the headline!

    And fuck it I’m not so forgiving so here comes the bitch slap….

    Since Amber insists on attacking this industry that has been so overly generous to her, it’s time for a little reality check!

    So here’s the game boys and girls… go forth and find any comments made by Amber’s costars or colleges that seem genuinely positive about her, not forced or the politically correct kind. But a real, genuine, “she’s a great girl. wonderful to work with.”

    Cause here’s the thing…this industry is built on people working with people they like. That’s how stars are made. People like working with people they like. Loyalty grows. Careers (on both sides of the camera) are built and sustained by this fact alone. Note, Amber has no “repeat business.”

    Johnny is known industry wide as being a nice, cool guy to work with. He is loyal and people are loyal to him. Fact. Or at least, used to be.

    That’s why he’s Johnny Depp and Amber is still just bitching and moaning about not having the career she wants. A career that has been entirely self inflicted. SHE branded herself the “sexy fuck object” roles. Trust me, at some point her agent asked “will you do full nudity, partial nudity, implied nudity and sexual simulation?” Amber said yes. Because it was the easy road. It meant she would work fast and more (in the beginning) because YES there are A LOT of those roles. Yet she CONTINUES to choose those roles and complains about it. Hypocrite.

    Don’t want to play those roles… JUST SAY NO YOU FUCKING TWAT!

    And this industry really doesn’t take well to people airing their dirty laundry repeatedly, even if there is truth there. EVERYONE and I mean EVERYONE knows that roles for women are lacking. Fact, there are (and always have been) MORE roles for men than women. The numbers are actually unsettling. And yes, of those roles for women MANY are less than honest representations of REAL women. They are indeed often plot devices and set decoration.


    Just keep whining and moaning about it and reading those dozen scripts and waiting for something wonderful to fall into your lap??

    Lazy Amber. Fucking lazy.

    If she’s so damn brilliant and great with words (ha ha) then why not write her own script. Or just put her hard earned money (HA HA) where her mouth is and produce her own films.

    Oh wait, I forgot she’s a spoiled, lazy, pretentious narcissist who wants everything handed to her.

    She chose her path and I have zero sympathy or respect for her.

    She’s not an actress.

    She’s not a person.

    She’s a succubus.

    • Jas June 10, 2015 at 6:31 pm #

      Nothing left to say! Well said, Liz! TYVM

    • Andrew June 10, 2015 at 6:41 pm #

      and that ladies and gents is the truth.

  9. K June 10, 2015 at 5:33 pm #

    Andrew & Liz for president! Seriously, I get so much enjoyment from reading Jambernews, I just wish Amber would be forced to read each post and subsequent comment. I imagine that she has received some feedback and cried to daddy – oops – hubby who has his people plant a feel good story about her and then gives her some extra $$ to put a smile on her face. No fool like an old fool.

  10. Judy Latty June 10, 2015 at 6:04 pm #

    Excellent post…I actually despise Amber Heard!!!!

  11. designsondepp June 10, 2015 at 6:48 pm #

    This is a unique blog; pretty sure she is more than aware it exists. For all we know, her ‘minions’ show up and post…just saying

    • Andrew June 10, 2015 at 6:50 pm #

      You can count on it. I’ve blacklisted several. Friends and fans.

      • sad for jd June 10, 2015 at 9:16 pm #

        Would be interesting to hear what they have to say…probably the same babble as Amber .

  12. Jdfan June 10, 2015 at 7:19 pm #

    Excellent post. Bravo Andrew.

  13. Adrienne June 11, 2015 at 12:19 am #

    “In closing, please don’t forget, because Amber sure hasn’t let us forget: “I did nothing to look the way I look. The genetic cards that anyone is dealt are not in their control.” True as that may be, we do have the control to grow up, accept responsibilty, and be a human being that is genuine, empthetic, and shows concern for more than just ourselves.”

    Bravo! Nothing to add!!!

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